About the property
- Condo1500 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 3 nights
Condominium, 3 Bedrooms, 3.0 Bathrooms, (Sleeps 9)
Brand New Listing!!! Welcome to the Majestic View Canyon Condo - a family-owned mountain retreat in Mammoth Lakes. Expansive views of the Sherwin Mountains are enjoyed from this 1,500 sqft top floor, 2 bedroom/loft, 3 bath unit at 1849 Condos. Best location right across from Canyon Lodge. Easy access to skiing and the Gondola to the Village.
This two-level condo is only 500 feet from the Canyon Lodge base area of Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort, offering guests outstanding access to the Village Gondola and the base of Chair 7, Chair 8, and the Canyon and Schoolyard Express Lifts. Grab your skis or board each morning and walk to the lifts to enjoy 3,500 acres that peak at 11,053 feet, spend the summer hiking to Devils Postpile National Monument (15 minutes) or admiring the otherworldly vistas at Mono Lake (30 minutes), and plan a day trip or two to natural wonder-of-the-world, Yosemite National Park (45 minutes).
Convenient outdoor parking (for up to 3 vehicles) in front of the unit. Complex has excellent common area amenities - pool, 3 hot tubs (2 outdoor, 1 indoor), rec room and BBQ/picnic area. Park your car and leave it if you like, as numerous shops, bars and restaurants are easily reached by the shuttle system or the gondola from Canyon Lodge to Mammoth Village - both just steps from your door and free!
Spacious living room boasts wood-burning fireplace, large flat screen TV, wifi speaker and pull-out sectional sofa, along with panoramic south-facing views of the snow-capped Sherwin Mountains. Enjoy a cup of coffee or glass of wine while relaxing on the window bench in the dining room, as you watch the snow fall out huge double-paned windows, which open to allow cooling breezes in the warmer months.
Chefs will enjoy preparing meals in our well-equipped kitchen, which features new refrigerator with ice maker, microwave, electric range, dishwasher, and garbage disposal, along with all the tools necessary to make a five-star breakfast, lunch or dinner. Let your culinary skills loose while utilizing the new kitchen counter tops and mobile kitchen island, which provides extra prep space.
After a long day on the slopes or trails, take a soak in one (or all!) of the 3 spas which are less than a minute's walk from the front door. Coin-operated laundry facilities are available for your snow gear, bathing suits and towels. Then settle in by the fireplace (firewood included) and enjoy one of our many books, DVDs or board games. When you're ready to call it a day, put the kids down in the bunk room (2 bunk beds, 1 twin bed) and then rest well between luxurious linens in one of our two master suites (1 king, 1 queen), both with ensuite baths (featuring tub/shower combos and soft towels). Note: top floor loft bedroom is separate and feels more like a private bedroom vs. an open loft, however does feature a small, shuttered pass-through to the kitchen, so consideration should be given to potential noise.
Come winter or summer, you'll find a wealth of outdoor activities in Mammoth Lakes to enjoy including skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, sledding (sleds included!), snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, hot springs, golf, and tennis. Book your unforgettable vacation today!!!
- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 20, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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